Monroe History

Monroe History

MONROE HISTORY From humble beginnings with the invention of the ‘Brisk Blast’ tyre pump in 1919, through to the development of the first original equipment passenger vehicle shock absorbers, Monroe has continued to lead the way in ride control component innovation and design. Monroe’s shock absorber developments have enhanced the road safety of millions of

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GT Gas

Monroe GT-Gas with exclusive Reflex Technology delivers excellent vehicle stability and handling without compromising driver and passenger comfort.

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What are the signs of worn shock absorbers?

Shock Absorber Safety

SHOCK ABSORBER SAFETY Shocks and struts are key components of the suspension system. Replacing worn or inadequate shocks and struts and thoroughly inspecting the entire suspension system will help to maintain good vehicle safety and control. WHAT ARE THE SIGNS OF WORN SHOCK ABSORBERS? Although the best way to test your shock absorbers is through

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Acceleration Sensitive Damping (ASD)

Original Equipment

ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT Global OE leadership, today and tomorrow With a network of 14 advanced engineering centres on five continents, Tenneco is at the leading edge of technology for the original equipment market. Tenneco meets the needs of customers – including Volkswagen, General Motors, Ford, Toyota, Chrysler, Daimler, BMW, PSA Peugeot Citroen, Nissan and Shanghai Automotive

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GT Sport

Monroe’s proven Reflex suspension technology meets King Springs’ race-bred performance to provide lowered performance shock absorbers with outstanding street appeal.

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monroe safety triangle

Safety Triangle

SAFETY TRIANGLE Shock absorbers are simply unseen components that never wear out and never need replacing, right? Wrong! Shock absorbers are as important to your motoring safety as brakes and tyres. Shock absorbers keep your wheels in contact with the road; without them, your brakes and tyres simply can’t do their job. PLUS, they help

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